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Although apes can learn sign language and communicate with humans, there has never been an observed instance of an ape asking a question—despite the intellectual abilities they clearly possess, the apes seem to lack the cognitive ability to make that leap in communication.

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May 22, 2022

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Although apes can learn sign language and communicate with humans, there has never been an observed instance of an ape asking a question—despite the intellectual abilities they clearly possess, the apes seem to lack the cognitive ability to make that leap in communication.

What Do “FR” and “FRFR” Mean?

If someone tells you they’re “FR,” they want you to take them seriously. Here’s what FR and FRFR mean and how to use them in your posts and messages. Read More »

What Does “iPhone Findable After Power Off” Mean?

If you’re shutting down your iPhone and you see the message “iPhone Findable After Power Off,” you might wonder what it means. Here’s an explanation—and how to disable it if you’d like. Read More »

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Sometimes it’s a struggle to work at home when kids or pets are causing a lot of noise. Or to sleep if you have nocturnal roommates. Noise-canceling headphones are the solution most often recommended, but what if you want actual silence instead? If that’s the case, you’ll want to pick up these earplugs from Loop Quiet.

These simple earplugs come in a variety of colors and various ear tips so you get the perfect fit. Then you just pop them in and enjoy the quiet. Their design makes them easy to sleep in as well. For under $20, they really can’t be beat.

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How to Turn Your Android Phone into a Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot

A smartphone with a constant internet connection is great, but what about your other devices? We’ll show you how to share your data with a laptop or tablet by turning your Android phone into a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. Read More »

The Best Wireless Earbuds for iPhone and iPad of 2022

Apple removed the iPhone’s headphone jack in September 2016 and followed up by announcing AirPods. But AirPods aren’t the only wireless earbud option for iPhones or iPads. Here are our top picks for some that pair perfectly with Apple devices. Read More »

How to Set Up Shadowsocks With Outline

Shadowsocks is a powerful tool that can help you escape censorship, in particular the Great Firewall of China. As much as we like it, though, setting it up can be a bit tricky, which is why we’ve put together this guide on how to install Shadowsocks using an open-source program called Outline. Read More »

Too Many Subscriptions? Here’s How to Start Cutting Them

Subscription services like Netflix, Game Pass, and Spotify let us consume as many movies, games, and music as we like for a flat fee per month. While this seems like a great deal on the surface, the costs can quickly add up. Read More »

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Phone for Internet Speed Tests

Most of us use our phones for practically everything, so it just seems natural to grab your phone to run a speed test on your home internet connection. Here’s why you should avoid doing that—and what to do instead. Read More »

How an SSD Will Improve Your Gaming Experience

Are you tired of long boot and loading times whenever you’re trying to game? Upgrading from an outdated HDD to a high-performance SSD will significantly reduce wait times and improve in-game performance. Read More »


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